Showcase: Kill Team Combat Gauges (inc. painting guide)
As a visual person, game accessories like dice, tokens and templates are important to me. Since I started to play Kill Team more often, this was a good opportunity to revise my set of combat gauges. Check out the result in this showcase post, and find out how I painted them.
Review: Kill Team: Gallowfall
The Gallowdark season of Kill Team comes to an epic (?) conclusion with the fourth and final expansion box. In our Kill Team: Gallowfall review, we’ll take a closer look at both the Fellgor Ravagers and Hearthkyn Salvagers teams, plus the new terrain and content in the Gallowfall rulebook.
Showcase: Killzone Moroch Sector Fronteris board
Today I can finally present you my Sector Fronteris gaming board from Kill Team: Moroch. This black-and-white collection of terrain features all of the pieces from the Moroch board, plus a few other things as well. Check out more pictures and learn how I painted this scenery collection in this showcase post.
Showcase: Alpha Legion Anointed
I haven’t posted a model in quite a while, but be assured, I haven’t been idle. Here is another model from my slow-growing Alpha Legion Chaos Legionary Kill Team from Kill Team: Nachmund, the half-possessed Anointed. Find out more in this post.
Showcase: Killzone Moroch Landing Pad, STC Hab-Bunker, and Stockades
Since I painted the Phobos Strike Team from Kill Team: Moroch recently, I thought of making a dent into the terrain next. Here is the first half of the Killzone painted: a Landing Pad, STC Hab-Bunker, plus the stockades. Check out this post to find out how I did it.
Showcase: Raven Guard Phobos Strike Team Kill Team
Today I present you my Phobos Strike Team Kill Team, painted in the pitch black livery of the Raven Guard, the most stealthiest of chapters. I share a couple of pictures and a few insights into how I painted and personalized the models, so please have a look.
Review: Kill Team: Shadowvaults
Just a few weeks after the release of Kill Team: Into the Dark, the next big box set follows with Kill Team: Shadowvaults. The brand new Cadian Kasrkin take on the Necron Hierotek Circle. In this review, we take a look at the full box contents and find out whether it’s a worthy follow-up to Into the Dark or not.
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